Meldungen der Woche (1)

In diesem Post habe ich versammelt, was ich in dieser Woche an Wissenswertem gefunden habe und worüber ich keinen eigenen Beitrag schreiben möchte (ungeordnet, in der Reihenfolge, in der ich die Meldungen entdeckt habe):

Online, an initial positive rating is surprisingly influential,

Exercising One Day a Week May Be Enough for Older Women:

The study, appearing in The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, monitored 63 women performing combined aerobic exercise training (AET) and resistance exercise training (RET) for 16 weeks. One group performed AET and RET one time per week, a second group two times per week and a third group three times per week. The study found significant increases in muscular strength, cardiovascular fitness and functional tasks in each group, but there were no significant differences in outcomes among groups.

Etwa 20 Teilnehmerinnen pro Gruppe ist allerdings recht wenig.

Nach dem Rauchstopp geht das Herzinfarkt-Risiko wieder zurück,

Infographic: A Scientific Map Of Optimal Food Pairings. What tastes good with what? Now you can know before the food hits your tongue. Bezieht sich auf: The Flavor Connection [Interactive],

Life Purpose Buffers Negative Moods Triggered by Diversity. “There is evidence that focusing on personally meaningful and valued goals can buffer the negative effects of stress by allowing individuals to reinforce a sense of who they are”, sagt einer der Forscher,

– Study Shows that People Who Undergo Cataract Surgery to Correct Visual Impairment Live Longer. Zwar:

Adjustments were made for age and gender as well as a number of mortality risk factors, including hypertension, diabetes, smoking, cardiovascular disease, body mass index and measures of frailty and comorbid disease.

Trotzdem können vielleicht noch andere Krankheiten oder Risikofaktoren den Effekt erklären:

Dr. Wang noted one limitation of the study is that participants with cataract-related visual impairment who did not have cataract surgery could have had other health problems that prevented them from undergoing surgery, and that these other health problems could partly explain the poorer survival among non-surgical participants. This issue is addressed by the researchers in a subsequent study.

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schönes Wochenende!